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Mary Berry

(1763-1852), Writer

Mid-Georgian Portraits Catalogue Entry

Sitter associated with 9 portraits
Mary Berry was, like her friend the sculptor Anne Seymour Damer, a favourite of Horace Walpole, who bequeathed her his books and manuscripts. Berry became known for her writings, including Social Life in England and France from the French Revolution, 1831, and her posthumously published Journals and Correspondence, 1865.

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Mary Berry, by Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway) - NPG 6395

Mary Berry

by Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)
bronze bust, based on a work of circa 1793
NPG 6395

Mary Berry, by Henry Adlard, published by  Longman & Co, after  Anne Mee (née Foldsone) - NPG D14938

Mary Berry

by Henry Adlard, published by Longman & Co, after Anne Mee (née Foldsone)
stipple engraving, (1790)
NPG D14938

Mary Berry, by Henry Adlard, published by  Longman & Co, after  Anne Mee (née Foldsone) - NPG D7978

Mary Berry

by Henry Adlard, published by Longman & Co, after Anne Mee (née Foldsone)
stipple engraving, mid 19th century
NPG D7978

Mary Berry; Agnes Berry, by Henry Adlard, published by  Longman & Co, after  Johan Joseph Zoffany - NPG D14939

Mary Berry; Agnes Berry

by Henry Adlard, published by Longman & Co, after Johan Joseph Zoffany
line engraving, circa 1830-1860
NPG D14939

Mary Berry, by William Greatbach, drawn by  George Perfect Harding, published by  Richard Bentley, after  Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway) - NPG D42589

Mary Berry

by William Greatbach, drawn by George Perfect Harding, published by Richard Bentley, after Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)
mixed-method engraving and etching, published 1840
NPG D42589

Mary Berry, by John Henry Robinson, after  James Rannie Swinton - NPG D31722

Mary Berry

by John Henry Robinson, after James Rannie Swinton
stipple engraving, published 1850
NPG D31722

Mary Berry, after James Rannie Swinton - NPG D18480

Mary Berry

after James Rannie Swinton
lithograph, published 1851
NPG D18480

Mary Berry, by William Greatbach, published by  Richard Bentley, after  Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway) - NPG D42590

Mary Berry

by William Greatbach, published by Richard Bentley, after Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)
mixed-method engraving and etching, published 1857
NPG D42590

Mary Berry, by William Greatbach, published by  Richard Bentley, after  Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway) - NPG D42591

Mary Berry

by William Greatbach, published by Richard Bentley, after Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)
mixed-method engraving and etching, published 1857
NPG D42591

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